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Re: Policy routing - directly connected interfaces [7:45628] posted 06/05/2002
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You asking if its directly connected would it be switched and not effected
by policy routing? i think not. To my understanding any packet destined for
a remote desination that is directly connected or via a next hop would be
routed and subject to your policy. This is strange.

Ip local policy will only effect packets orginated by the router, this
wouldnt effect the directly connected scenario.
Perhaps you can add another match for packets going to a directly connected
interface to be subjected to the policy?
I'd be intrested to see how you get on


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